Me in a Nutshell

Hi there! Thank you for visiting my blog. 🙂

I’ve been writing for as long as I can remember…. I used to own a Friendster blog (yes social networks existed even before Facebook). I also had Multiply, Blogger, and finally in 2011 I decided to make WordPress my blog’s permanent home.

I grew up in a small town in Mindanao, Philippines and studied Development Communications at UPLB (Univ of the Philippines- Los Banos). I’m currently residing in Cambodia where I’ve lived for more than nine years now (wohoo!). I’m currently the Communications Manager for an International NGO. You can view my professional profile on LinkedIn.

181492_4906518182690_640019015_nI’m married to a wonderful man who’s been a close friend and ally all these years. We just had our second baby boy, which explains why this blog is turning out to be like a mommy blog! 😀 Both of us work in the development field. My work involves helping vulnerable women and children while he works in sustainable development, climate change and agriculture. I feature some of his insights on this blog.

I am a learner of life- eager to immerse in new experiences and cultures. I am passionate about following the life of Jesus Christ and pursuing the ‘abundant life’ that He has for me- wherever He may call me.

I love to write and reflect. To remind myself of simple truths about faith, love and life. I honestly believe that once you’re firmly grounded on these things, you won’t be easily swept away by demands of this ever-changing world. I write in the hope that those who come across this blog could pick up insights, as we are all learners of Life.

I also write just for the fun of it. You’ll see that I also like to make fun of circumstances and events. We all need to laugh at our circumstances every once in a while, don’t we? 🙂

If you wish to connect with me, feel free to write a comment here and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Disclaimer: I work for an amazing organization that serves women and children from vulnerable backgrounds, helping them until they are able to live independent and resilient lives. It’s an honour to be working for Hagar International. That being said, any posts in this blog related to Hagar’s work are solely my own opinion and does not necessarily reflect the values/opinions of the organization.

Again, thank you for taking time to visit! Enjoy!

Abundant Blessings,



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